How to lose weight fast?
Im 29 years old, about 5’8, weigh about 265lbs. After my last child was born I couldnt lose the weight, then gained more. Im not too active and i dont eat well. BUT i want to change everything. Any positive ideas would be great. Thanks.
While there is no “one size fits all” solution to permanent healthy weight loss, the following guidelines are a great place to start:
Think lifestyle change, not short-term diet. Permanent weight loss is not something that a “quick-fix” diet can achieve. Instead, think about weight loss as a permanent lifestyle change—a commitment to your health for life. Various popular diets can help to jumpstart your weight loss, but permanent changes in your lifestyle and food choices are what will work in the long run.
Find a cheering section. Social support means a lot. Programs like Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers use group support to impact weight loss and lifelong healthy eating. Seek out support—whether in the form of family, friends, or a support group—so that you can get the encouragement you need.
Slow and steady wins the race. Aim to lose 1 to 2 pounds a week to ensure healthy weight loss. Losing weight too fast can take a toll on your mind and body, making you feel sluggish, drained, and sick. When you drop a lot of weight quickly, you’re actually losing mostly water and muscle, rather than fat.
Set goals to keep you motivated. Short-term goals, like wanting to fit into a bikini for the summer, usually don’t work as well as goals like wanting to feel more confident or become healthier for your children’s sakes. When frustration and temptation strike, concentrate on the many benefits you will reap from being healthier and leaner.
Use tools that help you track your progress. Keep a food journal and weigh yourself regularly, keeping track of each pound you lose and inch of your waist lost. By keeping track of your weight loss efforts, you’ll see the results in black and white, which will help you stay motivated.
Honestly the solution is simple stop drinking soda and yes that includes diet soda and zero calorie soda they all have sugar and can be stored as fat just drink water for a 2-4 weeks and eat at least
1,200 calories every day cut out all desserts. Honestly running at your weight is not good the female body was not made to carry such a load.and will break down before it’s time thus you need to go to the gym and ride the elliptical machine and stationary bike every day for 2 hours a fast paced walk is not cardio it does not burn fat if it did people on the biggest loser would walk and then the show would be over to speed up your metabolism you need to lift weights it adds tone and the muscle will eat those energy stores also known as fat for fuel to maintain itself. Also drink at least 1.5 liters of water or else you will get dehydrated while working out then your body will hold moisture then you will be bloated. Work out on a empty stomach this will force body to eat fat as well you need to eat meat so no vegan,diet bullshit just eat at least 1,200 calories of good whole food and you will be fine.